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Woman shares genius hack with Asda bag for life that is a ‘game changer’


The handy hack takes seconds. (Pictures: TikTok @kat_roberts1989)

Most of us have got a bag full of plastic bags somewhere in our homes. They’re often chaotic, bulky, and anything but tidy.

Thankfully, one woman has shared a clever hack that will change how you store your spare shopping bags – and make the whole process much neater and sleeker.

TikToker and mum Katie Roberts, showed her followers an ingenious way to tame the plastic bags with a few simple folds.

She uploaded the video in response to a question from Kelly – the Life Bath, who asked: ‘Show me the life hack that you randomly saw one day, that is now an unconscious standard practice in your life.’

In the short clip you can see Katie folding the bag in threes, before making diagonal folds and tucking the resulting triangle under the handles.

The end result is a perfect little triangle of a bag, with all the plastic self-contained. If you folded 10 plastic bags in this way you could pop them all neatly in a cupboard, with no mess.

The video has been liked by more than 200k viewers and fellow TikTokers are quick to praise the handy hack.

The final result. (Picture: TikTok @kat_roberts1989)

One said: ‘Yes!! I have a bag filled with these folded at home so I can grab one when I go shopping.’

While another added: “Oh my gosh, I AM NOT ALONE DOING THIS.”

And a third said: ‘Oh my gosh I’ve never seen that I’m going to use it now. Thank you, thank you, thank you.’

So now, every inch of your home can be organised and neat. What a dream.

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